If this generation is haunted by anything, it’s got to be that infamous blue and black/gold and white dress.
And now, just as torn friendships begin to heal, Twitter has released a new chameleon item of clothing to deliver us another near lethal dose of chaos.
After social media user @positivedemi tweeted about a troublesome pair of flip-flops, people began to question whether the shoes involved were black and blue, white and gold, blue and brown or gold and blue.
que cor vocês tão vendo? pic.twitter.com/IBk6upSZz7
— arthur (@positivedemi) November 17, 2016
Just like the dress and the jacket which followed it, the flip-flops have produced conflicting results.
Genuinely falling out with everyone over the colour of them flip flops
— Meg (@_ainley_megan) November 20, 2016
— Beks (@rebekkavettese) November 20, 2016
Remember 'The Dress'? Now it's the colour of flip flops. I see blue and gold…. https://t.co/2c1HG8o3A7
— Edward Wise (@its_not_cricket) November 21, 2016
Go to sleep Jane. At least stop worrying over what colour the flip flops are (blue and grey).
— Jane Hamill (@janeybainy) November 21, 2016
As far as I'm concerned those flip flops are light blue and a goldie brown colour.
Plus they're also pointlessly noisy and annoying
— The Funkiest (@biggerdeffer) November 21, 2016
what colour do you think these flip flops are??
I see blue and gray https://t.co/lSrkiiNpSI
— MISS PREETI #MFC (@PreetiOne121) November 21, 2016
And so – in a statement which has the potential to convince some members of the public that they are actively losing their minds – the company who make the flip-flops have revealed that they are in fact…blue and dark blue.